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Health Services

Student Health Center

Located on the top floor of Schoenfeld Campus Center, above the Brickyard Café, the Student Health Center offers primary health care services to students. It is staffed by a Registered Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner, licensed to diagnose illness, treat medical conditions and perform medical exams.

The Health Center Coordinator is there to assist with any health insurance related inquiries, help students obtain health clearance, schedule appointments, etc. Questions regarding a specific concern or other health information should be directed to the Student Health Services Office at ext. 2243.

Immunization and Physical Exam Requirements

**NO STUDENT MAY REGISTER OR ATTEND CLASSES UNTIL THESE HEALTH REQUIREMENTS ARE MET**

ALL students born after January 1, 1957, are required by New York State law to demonstrate proof of immunity against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). Proof of immunity is defined as two (2) doses of MMR OR two (2) doses of measles and one (1) each of rubella and mumps. 

In addition, a completed health form, a physical exam, immunization record, and meningitis disclosure statement is mandatory and must be submitted prior to the arrival of all new students. This is a one-time only requirement for all students, except student-athletes who are required to have a physical exam every year while participating in a collegiate sport.  

All students living in campus housing must show proof of having received at least one (1) dose of meningococcal meningitis vaccine.
If you are a newly accepted student to Concordia, the proper health form for your program will be sent to you with your acceptance letter. You will need to submit the completed form with your tuition deposit. You may also contact the Office of Admissions and the forms will be mailed to you.

HEALTH INSURANCE

All students are required to carry health insurance that will be accepted by medical providers in the State of New York. Students without health insurance, those who carry out-of-state Medicaid and International students are required to purchase a policy through the College for a specific premium established each year. Verification of health insurance is required annually of all students. 

Please note: ALL students will be charged for the annual college-offered health insurance. Domestic students who carry their own policies that are accepted in the State of NY must waive the college-offered health insurance by following the online instructions included with the enrollment packet. The charge will then be removed. Failure to waive by the deadline will cause the charge to remain, the student to be enrolled, and a refund of the charged premium to be forfeited.

International Students: It is a mandatory institutional policy that International Students purchase the college-offered health insurance and their accounts will be billed accordingly.  

NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. Students must still enroll online for the plan. Being charged does not mean the student is enrolled.  Instructions to enroll will be contained in the enrollment packet.